2. Anne spent the first few years of her life in a mixedneighborhood of Christian and Jewish children, and spent many afternoons playing with her older sister, Margot.
3. In March 1933, Adolf Hitler’s Nazi party was elected in Frankfurt, andanti-Semitic measures were put into effect immediately.
4. Anne’s family moved to Aachen, Germany to stay with their grandmother until Otto Frank secured a new job and an apartment in Amsterdam.5. Anne began school and attended a Montessori school where she enjoyed reading and writing.
6. Anne had a very good relationship with her sister, although their personalities were polaropposites. Anne was very outgoing, energetic and extraverted, while Margot was quiet, dedicated to her studies and introverted.
7. Anne experienced a brief period of happiness when she turned13 on June 12, 1942. Anne received a red, blue, and white plaid autograph book from her father, which she decided to use as a diary.
8. In July 1942, Margot received a notice to report fortransportation to a Jewish work camp.They had to hide in an annexe.
9. According to Anne, she had to squeeze into two vests, three pairs of pants, a dress, a skirt, a jacket, a summer coat,two pairs of stockings, lace-up shoes, a woolly cap, and a scarf before leaving for the Secret Annexe because if the Franks had suitcases, they would look very suspicious.
10. Anne recorded themost intimate details of daily life during her two-year stay in the Secret Annexe, and conveyed her fear of being discovered almost daily.
11. Anne wrote almost daily in her diary until herlast diary entry on August 1, 1944. Three days later on August 4, 1944, were discovered and arrested by the Gestapo.
12. It is believed that Anne died of typhus in February or March 1945.